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FREMANTLE. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 10 March 1865

FREMANTLE. (From our own Co-respondent.) Fremantle has boen very quiet in matters other than very ordinary since my last. The Volunteer trip to Perth ordered for Monday evening last was postponed until that day week, the 13th instant, the muster to be at 6 p.m. The postponement, which was on account of a lamented death in Perth, was not notified till within a couple of hours of the appointed time for falling in, and caused a great amount of disappointment and dissatisfaction ; and when I say " great" I use the word in its full- est significance. r While on tliis subject, it will not be inop- portune perhaps, to call the attention of those concerned to the stoppage and inconvenience caused on these occasions, by the general pub- lic waiting until the military portion of the community are on board the steamer before at- tempting to go themselves. The amount of each person's fare is taken from him indi- vidually as he passes along the gangway, and by one person only,-the period agreed ...

Publication Title: Perth Gazette And West Australian Times, The
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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 10 March 1865

THE ONE THItufc, WAITED. HOLLOWAYS PILLS.; The Blood. These famous Pills are so compose? that they operate wholesomely on the Stomach, the Liver, the Bowels and other organs ; by correcting any derange- ments in their functions; whereby a steady supply of pure materials for the renewal of the Blood is furnished, and a constant abstraction of effete products is effected. This perfect circulation thus becomes the very fountain of health and life, and overcomes all form of disease wherever its situation. General Disorders of the layer and Stomach. All whoever indulge at table, either in eating or drinking, should take about ten of these famous Pills at bed time, from which* will result a clear head and good stomach the following morning. Thou- sands of Ladies are always complaining of sick headaches, want of appetite, want of energy, and want of strength ; to cor- rect all these evils,' three or four of these, Pills should be taken twice a week, when? they would give the invalid the he...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 10 March 1865

I M PO RTA N t NOTICE. HE ^Z^OIPIRIEITOIK, O IF TIEÏIE HiAYING found it necessary (in consequence of increased consumption) to remove his BUSINESS ¿to larger and more commodious-premises, begs to. inform hia customers and the colonists generally, that he has removed tá those SPACIOUS Premises at the Corner, of William Street and §t. Greorge's Terrace, formerly occupied by MR. E. BARNETT, and he trusts by that facility, aided by the help of machinery for the various branches of his business to be enabled at au times to meet the increasing requirements of his customers. S. T. M!. takes this opportunity of tendering his grateful acknowledge- ments to the citizens-of Perth and the Colonists generally, for the liberal and com- mendatory support he has experienced since his commencement (1852), and he still cherishes the idea from past experience, combined with integrity and assiduity to business, ever to enjoy those privileges conferred on him. Dessert, Wine, and Navy Biscuits in every v...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 10 March 1865

MRTHUNT^SESÍSSAGfipíjÍTíV r"*>-ü^ " . i THUNDERS (in duplicate)^ will be re ^ceivedat^theCommissariat Office at Perth, until NOON on THURSDAY, the , 16^h instant, for the Conveyance of PRO« /VISÏONS ano! other STORES for Miv Hunt's exploring party from York to Mr. B. Clarkson's station at Dodplokine, or such-other placeas may be required;. - .> JJÜke teams must leave York on the 1st April, and 'the'Provisions will be supplied %, the Contractor for the year,, to com- mence on that day. ^ ^ _ __ (Feñaerers are requested tot state-Mîèir price >at - peï\ 1QQ pounds net weight per mile, and the price must in- clude the weight of any packages which it may_be necessary to send with the Pro- visions and oflieFStores> ['""*> '") The -Provisions sent will be not less. than $0 days' - supply^or about-6#00 ' pounds weight ; but as Corn and other Stores will be sent, and probably more than 90 days' supply, the ;weight may be five or six tons. \ ;;'')? j. / ??-': One Contractor ? w...

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RICHMOND AND PETERSBURG IN A STATE OF SIEGE. (Times.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 10 March 1865

RICHMOND AND PETERSBURG IN A STATE OF SIEGE. (Times.) The army correspondent of the Colum- bia Carolinian, writing from the intrench- ments around Richmond, under date of   November 16, furnishes an interesting letter, from which we make the following extracts:-         "Among all the cities of the .Confede-     racy none cain more justly lay claim to the title of metropolis than its beautiful capital. Althoughinvested by 100,000     enemies, whose besieging guns morning, noon, and night roar out their hate – although girded around by a line of battle that may at any moment burst into flame, such is the faith reposed in those brave defenders, who have looked so often 'On   Death's scythe that with force that turned its edge,' that one may look in vain for sign of doubt or trepidation. Day breaks and hungry thousands are making their way to the well-filled...

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Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. "Be just and fear not; Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's."—Shakspeare. FRIDAY, MARCH 10, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 10 March 1865

$«rt& «ajrtt* # «. g. Bim«. " Be just and fear not ; Let all the ends thou aini'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's."-Slialcsjpeare. FEIDAT, MAECH 10, 18G5. IN the present crisis of the fortunes of the colony it is assuring to know that attention is more generally turned to, the means of creating a larger amount of export trade. Our soil and climate is so well adapted for the production of manj articles of general consumption in othei countries, that it can only have been from fortuitous circumstances-such as the small and scattered population and limited capital in the hands of the set- tlers-the natural advantages of the pro- vince have not been turned to better ac- count. Hitherto the energies of the great body of the people have been mainly occupied in the production of food for their own consumption, with some attempts at developing our mineral resources, and creating a trade in timber. But the time has now arrived when the prospect of the loss of a large mar...

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THE RUSSIAN GOVERNMENT AND THE POLISH. CATHOLIC CLERGY. From the Times. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 10 March 1865

THE RUSSIAN GOVERNMENT AND, THE POLISH. : ,- CATHOLIC CLERGY. From the Tintes, . When the Russian Government decided upon so stern an act of authority as the closing of the* Polish monastries, it pro- bably felt that it must prepare for the censures of the two most powerful forms of opinion iii the world, the Church of Rome and the Liberalism of Western Europe. In the Polish question these two have been found united, and repre- sent that compact opposition to the prin- ciples of Russian policy which dis- tinguishes the present time. Though within her own frontiers Russia may be able to defy the world, yet that ever-in- creasing communicaiton" which neither passports, nor a troublesome police, nora jealous censorship'can restain, makes the chief statesmen of the Empire and the most educated society anxious to stand well with the rest of mankind. They must mix with us whenever they step *beyond the barriers which isolate them. They are dependent on our conceptions of the empire's tran...

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FASHIONABLE VICE. (From Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 10 March 1865

'^FASHIONABLE VIÓE, (From Blackioood's Edinburgh Magazine.) IJ MIDDLE-CLASS folk .haye ' very, often the impression tÊat:.j there is "something fashionable-hi vice ; rand/.;consequently, when wickedness, can he had reasonable, à^açïieap article, it is an enormous| gain. iNow, dentimojide, ;as to Jeal."[monde," is as*the ipw-pricëd,counterfeit to "the'true type.- :'I$. is /warranted ; to Ipok^ so- lite that detection, is next ^to impossible. ; It is ^ecläreid to wear sp long, and " families will; fina su -great, economy 'in .using & .generally.'.'. Society, always \.gains somewhat in brilliancy,.though it,may have to pay for it in character* 1>y the admission of -these fallen angels. from a superior'' sphere. ' ~ Take the case, for instance,^ ora colonial ' corps, into which, for/some misdeeds that.d^manid obliyioh, % ; imán has' dropped : out pf a. ¿rack rëgimént"'at1 home. He brings to the dreary inesstable, that tiresome dinner £artyr of exhausted .talkers, an entire ne...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 10 March 1865

FG&mmJWVMWàBIBECT. *- * *-- . j.:r ? ;fRHE cfoperjschooner 1 ^'Wnfo B4YRELL*;, 158'tons renter, expected from igjlngapore in .about three weeks. ?or~ freight* or passage apply to T. & H. CARTER & Co. ; , .* - A. FRANCISCO, Agent. Fremantle, Feb, 15, 1865. For Adelaide. THE fine brig NILE, JOHN WALKER, commander, _will sail about the 21st March. passage apply to JOHN M'GIBBON. Fremantle, February 22,1865. Sale of Valuable Household Furniture, &c«, &c, &c., AT FREMANTLE. IE. SAISOI, . {Government Auctioneer), HAS been favoured with instructions from CAPTAIN FINNEBTY, tojsell by Auction, at his Residence, in Cliff Street, on S ATU RD AY, 1ST APRIL, 1865. At 11 o'clock precisely TH E, whole of his HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE, consisting of Dining and Drawing Room Tables and Chairs, Easy do., Sideboards, Chiffoniers, Sofas, Carpets, Hearth Rugs j Window Hangings,, Candlesticks and Shades, Lamps, Eight-day Clock, Electroplated Dinner and-Tea Service...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 10 March 1865

Shipping Intelligence Arrivals March 6.-'Albert' , 24 tons, O'Grady, master, from Irwin Elver. Cargo-215 bags wheat. SAILED.     March 4.-Wild Wave, 28 tons, Cross, master, for Bunbury and Vasse, Passengers-Dr. Ros-   sellotty, and J. McAllenson. Cargo-1 keg tobacco (under bond), 'I qr.-cask rum, l cask specific, 9 bags guano, 10 do. flour, 28 bags sugar, 11 cases soap, and sundries'. . 6.-Favorite, 45 tons, Lakey, master, for ^Champion Bay. Passengers-Mr. Walcott, "and Mr. and Mrs. Higgins. Cargoo-2700 ft. timber, 2 bales leather, and 32 pkgs. sundries. 8.-Mystery, 16 tons, Hedland, master, from Champion Bay. Passengers-L. Bradley and four others. Carge-55 bags flour, 20 do. wheat, 70 do. barley, 57 do. bran. Same day-Brothers, 17 tons, Lewis, master, from-Vasse and Bnnbury. Passengers-Miss Caroll and Miss Monegau. Cargo-140 bags potatoes, and 8 pkgs. sundries. Same day-Arabian,2ê tons, Hannam,master, from Bunbury. Ca-rgo-20 bags bran, 14 do. ...

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WATER. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 10 March 1865

WATER. Dr. Voelcker has delivered a lecture On the Chemical Qualities of water for Economical Purposes, which deserves wide circulation, seeing how much health, and the success of certain mechanical and agri-   cultural as well as domestic operations, depend thereon. As regards drinking-, waters, the properties most to be desired are: (1) the absence of putrecscent organic   matter ; (2) the absence of discoloration, due either to fine clay held in suspension,   or to dissolved organic matter ; (3) soft- ness ; (4) coolness. The nearer a spring is to the surface, the more likely it is to hold organic matters in solution ;' but whenever the drainage is good, the air which passes along with water through the porous soil almost completely decom- poses the organic matter, or, at any rate, makes it innocuous. If, therefore, spring- water has no bad smell, it may be con- sidered as serviceable for drinking. This, however, is not to be taken as an abs...

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THE SUPREME COURT. Adjourned Sittings, 8th March, 1865. [Before His Honor the Chief Justice.] [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 10 March 1865

THE SUPREME COURT. Adjourned Sittings, 8th March, 1865. [Before His Honor the Chief Justice.] Mackie v. Meares.-This was a suit instituted by Mr. and Mrs. John Mackie, on the part of Emma Seamour Meares, the infant daughter of the late Mr. "William Meares of Auburn, near York, deceased, to ascertain if she was entitled to any and what portion of the Estate of Auburn, under the will of her grandfather Richard G. Meares, Esq., deceased, late Captain 2nd Life Guards. ME. LEAKE and MB. LANDOR were Counsel for the Plaintiffs, and the ATTORNEY GENERAL for Erichard Seymour G. Meares, the heir at law of the testator and the executor of his will. The will had been drawn by the testator him- self, and was of the most confused and almost unintelligible character. Both parties were however willing that the Estate should be divided between the heir at law and the infant ' plaintiff, and His Honor in pronouncing the judgment of the Court was alsoclearly of opinion that the infant took a implicati...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 10 March 1865

DINNEFOItD'S PTJKE FLUID MAGNESIA AS been, during thirty-five years, _ emphatically sanctioned by the Medical Profession, and universally ac- cepted, by the public, as THE BEST REMEDY for ACIDITY OF THE STOMACH, HEARTBURN, HEADACHE, GOUT, AND INDIGESTION, and as a MILD APERIENT for delicate constitutions, more especially for ladies , ana children. Combined with the ACIDULATED ÍJSMON SÏRUP, it forms an agreeable Effervescing Draught, in which its aperientjjjualitips are much increased. During MOT SEASONS, and, above ajl HOT CLIMATES, the regular use of this simple and elegant remedy has been found bighfy beneficial ... Manufactured by DIN#EF(bR0 & Co., 172, New Bond Street, London; And sold by all respectable Chemists throughout the world. ' NiB.-Ask for ÎHnneforà*B Magnesia. ALL persons indebted to the Rev. A. Lecaille are requested to pay all accounts due to him up to this date, to Mr. John,McGuire,of dardanup, whose receipt will be a sufficient discharge. A. LECAILLE. Pert...

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Display Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 17 March 1865

THE GoJEAT RÈMKDY OF THE AOKE. * * HOLLOWATS OINTMENT. The effect of the Ointment on the System. To the very core and centre of all dis- eases which affect the human body, this remarkable preparation penetrates. It disappears under the friction of the hand as salt disappears when rubbed upon meat. The unguent performs its healing errand rapidly, safely, and without pain. Simple eruptions, open sores, hard tumours, scrofulous developments of all kinds, abscesses, cancers, old wounds, and, in fact, every species of inflammation or suppuration, whether in the skin, the flesh, the glands, or among the muscles, can be arrested in its destructive course and permanently cured without' danger, by rubbing in this inestimable Ointment. Bad Legs, Bad Breasts, Sores and Ulcers. In many Hospitals in Europe this cele- brated remedy is now used for the cure of old wounds, sores, and ulcers ; in Spain and Portugal, and in many parts of Italy, the first Physicians regularly prescribe its use. It is ...

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Classified Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 17 March 1865

WHEELER & WILSON'S PATENT LOCK-STITCH SEWING MACHINES, For families and manufacturers, are vastly superior to all others. As evi- dence of the fact, they were awarded the Prize Gold Medal at the Great Exhibition 1862, and at the Paris Exhibition 1861. These machines make the tight lock stitch-the only one which cannot be ravelled-with the rotation hook-a great improvement on the shuttle, as it is far more durable, and not so liable to get out of order. Wheeler and Wilson's machines work equally well upon silk, cotton, woollen, and linen goods, braiding binding, cord- ing, tucking hemming, filling, gathering, seaming, quilting, performing every species of sewing with a speed of from 1,000 to 12,000 stitches per minute; makes a regular, strong, and beautiful stitch, exactly the same on both sides of the fabric sewed ; is simple in construction, easy of management, and elegant in ap- pearance. At the present REDUCED PRICES there is no excuse for having shuttle machines. Referen...

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SOUTH AUSTRALIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 17 March 1865

SOUTH AUSTRALIA. The prices of wheat and flour have) on the whole been well maintained during the month, and are at the present moment even higher than when our last monthly report was written. Farmers are steadily keeping back their wheat, and the high rates ruling only seem to have the effect of making them hold more firmly. They are generally looking for much better prices. The harvest is now pretty well gathered in in all quarters, and we see no reason to alter our opinion as to the deficiency in the yield. We believe that it will not exceed 10 or 11 bushels per acre. There has been an excellent de- mand for both wheat and flour from the neighbouring colonies, and our exports are about the same as they were last year. There are no stocks in the hands of either millers or speculators, and there seems no reason to apprehend any fall in price until we receive foreign supplies. A vessel has already arrived in New Zea- land from Chili, reporting more to fol- low ; and the general bel...

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FREMANTLE. (From our own Correspondent.) [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 17 March 1865

FREMANTLE. (From mir own Correspondent.) His Excellency the Governor did not land in any very great "state" on his return from Rottenest on Thursday last. There were pre- sent on the -jetty at the time, the Resident Magistrate, and one or two private gentlemen. Both His Excellency and Mrs. Hampton looked remarkably well, and evidently more fitted to cope with the gaiety and entertainment in- separable from the high position of Her Ma- jesty's representative, than when they left Fremantle. The Volunteer Inspection by the Lieutenant Colonel Commanding the Troops, passed otf on the whole very well. Colonel Bruce, who was accompanied by Captain Finnerty, Commanding at Fremantle, arrived on the Parade about half past five and was received with a general salute. Having walked down the ranks, he took up position at the saluting point, and the Company marched past in single rank, in open column,-a most difficult movement and one requiring great steadiness on the part of every individual. Af...

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VICTORIA. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 17 March 1865

VICTORIA. Two subjects have all but engrossed   the attention of the public during the past month. These have been, the alterations proposed by the Ministry in the tariff, and the visit to Australian waters of a   cruiser of the Confederate navy, the   Shenandoah, formerly the merchant   steamship Sea King. The nature of the alterations proposed   in the tariff was stated, in the Summary number of the Argus for January, and the effects which they would have on the trade of the colony, if adopted, were pre- dicated. The tariff was discussed at great length in the Legislative Assembly, item by item, and some few alterations were made--such as the omission of the item " oils," and the substitution of 3d.   per bushel on barley and oats. There is still ground to hope, however, that the scheme will not pass into law. The Legislative Council has not the power to amend it in details, but it can reject the proposa...

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Perth Gazette & W. A. Times. "Be just and fear not; Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's."—Shakspeare. FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1865. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 17 March 1865

Jn-tir êwtU * M. i. ©nue*. " Be just and fear not ; Let all the ends thou aim'st at be thy country's, Thy God's, and truth's."-Shdkspeare. FRIDAY, MARCH 17, 1865. THE desire of Representation is one of the most useful as well as the most natural wishes of any community. It is hut reasonable that those who contribute to the public revenue should exercise some control over the public expenditure ; and the control so exercised will pro- bably be found very beneficial, inasmuch as the representatives of the community, in their own and others' interest, would direct the expenditure to works of utility and convenience. And this being so, the present move- ment towards a form of Representative Government among ourselves, is one which demands our hearty support. We have hitherto lived under a despotism in all but name, the weight of which has been variously felt according to the tem- perament of the Ruler for the time being. An appearance of deference to the wishes of the public, combined w...

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Shipping Intelligence. ARRIVALS. [Newspaper Article] — The Perth Gazette and West Australian Times — 17 March 1865

'jtfytyfiitji IntHUpiue. ARRIVALS. ' ' March 11.-Flying Foam, 35 tons, Cobb, mas- ter/ from Champion Bay. Passengers-Captain Harvey, Mrs. Harvey and child, J. Harvey, Mrs. Drummond, Mrs. Sewell/P. C. Allelp, wife and child; and 2others. Cargo-194 bags wheat, 131 do. barley, and 13 do. wheat. Same day.-Europa, 190 tons, Captain, Lindsay, from Adelaide. Passengers-Mrs. Lindsay, Master Lindsay, and J. Caporn. 13.--Kestrel, 190 tons, Captain Davis, from Sydney. . DEPARTURES. March 10.-Brothers, 17 tons, Lewis, master, for'Bunbury ; in ballast. 11.-Albert, 2A tons, O'Grady master, for Irwin River. Cargo-58 pkgs sundries, and 25 pieces timber. J1* ?. IMPORTS. ] Per Europa, from Adelaide.-10 drums oil, 6 hhds. brandy,' 5i¡^tierces tobacco, 1 tierce earthenware, and 3 cases merchandize, C. J. Clinch; t- case clothing, A. Durlacher; 2 bnndles leather, 3 cases cigars, 12 bales tobacco 20 kegs tobacco, 129 chests tea, 60 cases oil, 3 cases, 2 bales papery4.cases bedsteads, 80 boxes tea, 61 cas...

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